OHS Canada Magazine

OHS Canada


HazmatHealth & SafetyOccupational Hygiene

January 23, 2020
Canadian public-health agencies ramping up preparations in response to new virus

Environment/Climate ChangeHealth & SafetyHuman ResourcesOccupational Hygiene

January 23, 2020
‘Fluid’ situation in St. John’s, nearing a week under state of emergency 

Compliance & EnforcementHealth & SafetyLegislationOccupational Hygiene

January 23, 2020
Ontario concrete company fined $175,000 in worker’s death

Compliance & EnforcementHealth & SafetyOccupational Hygiene

January 21, 2020
Edmonton liquor store looks to ID-scanning technology to combat thefts

Compliance & EnforcementEnvironment/Climate ChangeHazmatHealth & Safety

January 20, 2020
Alberta companies face charges after hydrogen-sulphide leak causes health issues

Health & SafetyTransportation

January 20, 2020
Manitoba group addresses road safety for workers

Compliance & EnforcementHealth & SafetyTransportation

January 17, 2020
Firefighter charged after fire truck hits 11-year-old girl in Toronto

Environment/Climate ChangeHealth & SafetyHuman Resources

January 17, 2020
Blizzard conditions in Newfoundland prompt state of emergency in St. John’s

Environment/Climate ChangeHealth & SafetyOccupational HygieneTransportation

January 16, 2020
Extreme cold snap blanketing much of northern Canada

Environment/Climate ChangeHazmatHealth & SafetyOccupational Hygiene

January 15, 2020
Canadians expect to use tailored tactics to battle Australia blazes

Health & SafetyOccupational Hygiene

January 15, 2020
Grade 12 student dies as flu season in Manitoba takes hold

HazmatHealth & Safety

January 14, 2020
The fallout from a false nuclear alarm

Environment/Climate ChangeHealth & SafetyHuman ResourcesYoung Workers

January 14, 2020
Young Canadians say current events, string of bad news adding to anxiety

Compliance & EnforcementHealth & SafetyLegislationOccupational HygieneYoung Workers

January 13, 2020
Investigators lay safety violation charges in death at Halifax site

HazmatHealth & Safety

January 13, 2020
Erroneous nuclear alert issued during training exercise, government says

Compliance & EnforcementHealth & SafetyLegislationOccupational Hygiene

January 9, 2020
New health and safety requirements required for contract bids in Vaughan, Ont.

Compliance & EnforcementHealth & SafetyOccupational Hygiene

January 8, 2020
Ontario lumber mill fined $250,000 following fatality

Health & SafetyTransportation

January 7, 2020
Both drivers dead after tractor trailer, snowplow collide in northern Ontario

Environment/Climate ChangeHealth & SafetyOccupational HygieneTransportation

January 7, 2020
Report urges TTC to take action on subway air quality following worker complaint

Health & SafetyHuman Resources

January 6, 2020
Wait for ‘high’ before gobbling more cannabis edibles to avoid ER visit: doctors